Evil Dead II

Evil Dead II

Ash Williams and his girlfriend Linda find a log cabin in the woods with a voice recording from an archeologist who had recorded himself reciting ancient chants from “The Book of the Dead.” As they play the recording an evil power is unleashed taking over Linda’s body.

The lone survivor of an onslaught of flesh-possessing spirits holds up in a cabin with a group of strangers while the demons continue their attack. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joson J (au) wrote: Decent Thriller !!!!

Jason K (ru) wrote: another film that begs the question of why this camp is open, why are military rules and people ridiculous, and why is Stewart still acting through pressed lips/

Anna N (au) wrote: Horror = Not interested.

Evelyn M (jp) wrote: Kind of boring. Comely young widow escapes France with her 3 children in tow and meets an attractive teenager who helps her with her brood. There's sexual tension. He has a horrible secret. It's terribly formulaic.

Corey B (de) wrote: I'll give this to Octopus 2. Unlike Octopus 1, at least it tries and has a story that isn't completely botched in the script stage. The first one made the grievous error of having everyone stay in a submarine which meant the octopus couldn't really reach anyone. Now, the octopus is in the East River in "New York" which is really eastern Europe (this movie is not convincing at all in creating New York).The cast is okay in this movie. At first I was thrilled cause it seemed that Fredric Lehne was going to have a large role, but he's out for the count thirty minutes in. The octopus scenes are pretty terrible. There's an awful lot of Ed Wood style "shake the tentacles" scenes that go on and on and on. It took Fredric Lehne five minutes to die. And the end sequence involving lots of children getting trapped in a tunnel with some crazy old woman and her dog is hilariously awful. They pull out all the stops. Will the dog survive? Will the old woman survive? Will the children survive? Will the little girl in leg braces survive? The answer to all of these questions is "who cares".But, like I said, the director this time out is trying, and he is stuck with a horribly low special effects budget, terrible stock footage to make it feel like "New York", and actors who give their best "American" accent.

emily h (au) wrote: he was sooo cute!! this was cute

Cameron C (mx) wrote: I watched it as background noise while I was doing some homework since I've been watching 80s horror movies lately. It had the opposite problem of most movies-- it was very well executed, but the story was crap.

Keiko A (fr) wrote: It's kind of like Soft-core jungle sex porn with some dull and great parts but overall i can't hold myself to give it a postive rating despite some great overall values. You might exspect stop motion dinosaurs but instead we have cannibals and people traders and some plane crash vitumes who want a way home... Good acting and direction but i can't get myself to give it a better score only on the count that its dull most times.

Misha K (de) wrote: Didn't like this film, turned it off after about half an hour.

Miguel R (ca) wrote: Rich animation with an emotional story. Bambi is a heartwarming and touching Disney classic!

Scott C (br) wrote: This was incredibly cheap-looking and depressing. Just icky rather than scary.

kellie c (fr) wrote: saw it years ago want to watch it again